McKibben Lecture: Ruth Scodel listens to Homer’s characters to explore ancient Greek thought about the mind and behavior.
Activist and educator Dorje Gurung '94 will speak on "Human Rights and Education of Marginalized People of Nepal."
Occupational/environmental health expert shares public health implications of animal production, discusses careers in health.
Internationally recognized human rights activist Richard Lapchick talks about the power of sport to address socioeconomic diversity.
Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the college are invited to a reading group for the Grinnell Beowulf translation.
In a short video, Science Learning Center mentors describe SLC mentoring.
Grinnell's new Computer Science curriculum and Computer Science major have received international recognition by the major computing professional societies.
Community members’ voices sound out through students’ advanced projects: research, theatre, and dance.
Students from five colleges present on topics from food insecurity and sexual violence to human rights and peace projects.
Rosenfield Symposium on Feb. 4-6 examines Winter Olympics, human rights, and Russia’s enigmatic leader.